Slattery Lab Published in Redox Biology

Congratulations to the Slattery Lab on your recent publications in Redox Biology. Led by Matthew Slattery, PhD, Assistant Professor of Biomedical Sciences, the lab had two research papers published in October 2018.

A distinct class of antioxidant response elements is consistently activated in tumors with NRF2 mutations. 
Contributing Authors of the Medical School, Duluth Campus - Dan Levings, Derek Kohlhase, and Matt Slattery.
Redox Biology, Volume 19, October 2018, Pages 235-249

Identification of a functional antioxidant response element at the HIF1A locus
Contributing Authors of the Medical School, Duluth Campus - Sarah Lacher, Dan Levings, Sam Freeman, and Matt Slattery.
Redox Biology, Volume 19, October 2018, Pages 401-411

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